The 2022 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am is here, and we're back with our PGA Tour expert picks and betting tips for the tournament at a rotation hosted by Torrey Pines Golf Courses near San Diego, Calif.
Every week, we share our PGA Tour player rankings, and they are agnostic of competition. Whether you're betting on golf, playing in a fantasy golf leagues or competing in a DFS (DraftKings, FanDuel) event, our picks highlight the top players to watch this week.
Here are our 2022 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am rankings and expert picks, as we do each week of the PGA Tour season.
2022 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am preview
The AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am is this week, and the event's quality of field has been clobbered by the Saudi International. That's the bad news. The good news is the traditional tournament is back, with three courses and amateur teams. Let's hope that we get quite an entertaining event as we have every event this season.
Take a look at my top 10 for this week.
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2022 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am rankings: Top 10 expert picks
1. Patrick Cantlay: Cantlay is the best player in this field, and he's got a good course history. He is head and shoulders above his peers.
2. Daniel Berger: Berger is the defending champion here, and he's been in the top five in each of the last two years. He has been playing consistently well back to last fall.
3. Jordan Spieth: Spieth is a great player, and he's been consistently interesting in this event over the years. He should play well this week.
4. Matt Fitzpatrick: Fitzpatrick plays well at specific venues, it often seems, and this is one he should like. He should also be tired despite playing tremendously in the UAE the last two weeks.
5. Jason Day: Day is the best horse-for-course this week, by far. He nearly won at Torrey Pines, seemingly out of nowhere. But he is apparently becoming more comfortable with his new game.
6. Maverick McNealy: Maverick McNealy is close. He really is. And I want to get out in front of it. He's been brilliant here in his short career.
7. Thomas Pieters: Pieters won in Abu Dhabi to grab his first Rolex Series event, and he's quietly putting together a career more reflective of his potential from years ago.
8. Justin Rose: Rose showed up out of seemingly nowhere at Torrey Pines, but he has been on the come dating back to the playoffs. He may show up more often.
9. Kevin Kisner: Kisner tends to show up only at places where he has a chance, and so far this year, he's finished in the top 10 in both places he's showed.
10. Seamus Power: Power finally broke a string of great weeks, and I think that's actually a good thing. Most players can't just keep that kind of thing going without taking a break.